A.A. Japan 45th Anniversary Convention


[About contribution]

After calling to the conscience of A.A. groups throughout the country, the committee have decided that, the cost of our convention should be covered by the contribution from A.A. groups. We would like to ask A.A. groups in Japan to cooperate with us through money contribution. We appreciate your kind support.

(This request is only for A.A. groups and members. We cannot accept the contribution from other institutions or individuals outside of A.A. fellowship. Thank you for your understanding.)



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